Husband at Channel 4 responds

Curtis Vogel, whose complaint about an affair apparently led to the firing of three KNBC staffers, including his wife Kyung Lah, emails

I won't comment on any of the personal matters you have been reporting, but I did want to be clear about something on a professional level. All 3 of the people who were fired from KNBC were very talented in their respective jobs. Kyung Lah is one of the best reporters/storytellers/writers with whom I have worked in this business. Jim Bunner is one of the best producers in the country and has delivered top-rated newscasts to every station at which he has worked during his career. Jeff Soto's morning newscasts on KNBC were some of the tightest and best-produced shows in the market. They did not allow any of the tragic circumstances to affect their job performance. Any one of them would be a valuable addition to ANY newsroom in the country.

This time, Page Six credits Fineman.

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